By Zachary Neel, Ducks Wire: A few years ago, Oregon was in a similar position to right now. The team was preparing for a low-stakes bowl game with a roster significantly weakened by several starters opting out to head to the NFL.
We always talk about this sort of scenario acting as a perfect breeding ground for breakout performances as young players get an opportunity to show what they can do on a big stage.
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Oregon Ducks’ former 5-star WR Jurrion Dickey has been getting back to full health all year, and he’s ready for his breakout opportunity.
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